Two Democratic candidates for Maryland Attorney General, Doug Gansler and Tom Perez, discuss the implications of viewing the role of AG office as "law enforcement in contrast to "fighting crime". Topics: crime, law enforcement
Democratic candidates for Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler and Tom Perez discuss whether the scope of the office is to "put criminals away" or, more broadly, to engage in law enforcement. Topics: crime, law enforcement
Constitutional law expert and advocate Alan Morrison discusses the Supreme Court's decision striking down the District of Columbia's strict handgun control law. Topics: Constitution, Second Amendment, DC gun law
Father Robert Drinan died of pneumonia and congestive heart failure on January 28, 2007 at age 86. Drinan was a priest, a congressman, law school dean, law professor and author. He was the first sponsor of a resolution to impeach President Nixon and a leading advocate of the creation of an international criminal court. In an interview in October 2001, Fr. Drinan talks about how the US response to the 911 attacks might have been different if there were then an international criminal court. Such... Topics: priest, congressman, law professor, 911, international criminal court
A full-length DVD (2:45) of this benefit concert was produced as a very limited edition DVD. If you enjoy this episode, please consider supporting GrooveTV and The Pangaea Project by purchasing a DVD at http://www.groovetv.net/shop/ --- GrooveTV #401 - The Everyone Orchestra Recorded live on 5/1/04 at the First Annual Benefit for The Pangaea Project Aladdin Theatre, Portland, Oregon Audio: multitrack matrix recording Video: six camera The Everyone Orchestra - First Annual Benefit for The... Topics: GrooveTV, Music: Live Concerts, Dennis Kucinich, Portland, Musicians and Artists: The Everyone...